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with the lord, get in touch with god, and then let the lord bring the lives of the people touched here, affected here, whatever hements to do in this town. my job is simple really. get people to pray. sometimes people have a hard time believing in god or seeing -- understanding why this happened. so we try to tell our parishioners and other people, why don't we pray. if we don't believe now, let's pretend like we do in prayer until we do. let the lord have his hand in newtown. >> what was the most helpful thing for the people in columbi columbine, trying to make sense of a senseless tragedy, much as they are trying to figure it out here? >> good leadership in the community was seen there, in all of the same aspects as it's seen there. i think the churches came together, worked together for all of the people. we are certainly trying to do that. if we can work together, think we'll see a good outcome. >> pastor rocky veach,e appreciate your time this morning. >> you're welcome. >>> the shootings in newtown have reignited the gun control debate. we'll hear from a children's health expert on the imp
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